Webinar: Generator Field Monitoring

Introduction View Webinar Here Generator Field Monitoring combines Premium Shaft Ground Monitoring (SGM) and Rotor Flux Monitoring (RFM) systems into one powerful controller. Plant personnel can achieve the benefits of both systems for better trend analysis and easier system management. shaft ground monitoring Monitoring the shaft grounding allows plants to reduce operation expenses, while optimizing … Continued

Webinar: A Case Study on Shaft Ground Monitoring

overview View the Webinar Here Shaft Ground Monitoring can work in tandem with EMI Monitoring to determine early detection of a developing failure mode. Analytic capabilities and waveforms together with a continuous – based monitoring approach give the insights necessary to forecast potential failures such as poor shaft contact, bearing or stator core issues. With … Continued

Webinar: Brush Failures and How to Solve Them

common oem Problems View the webinar here. Brush Restrictions & Carbon Deposits (Figure 1): Many common failures occur in bound up brushes and restricted brush movement. Restrictions in boxes keep the brush from moving freely and can easily be impaired by the box limitations. Carbon deposits form rough edges on the brush boxes stemming from … Continued

Webinar: A Case Study on EMI Monitoring

Introduction View the webinar here. Electro – Magnetic Interference (EMI) Monitoring is a non – intrusive, on – line surveillance technique to detect and identify electrical defects in motors, generators, IsoPhase Bus, Transformers, and other electrical systems: Arcing Partial Discharge Gap Discharge Corona Random Noise Micro – Sparking (Rapid Gap Discharge) emi assessment algorithm The … Continued

Webinar: Brush Condition Monitoring Conversation

why monitor brushes? View the webinar here. The number one cause of ring fires is short brushes. The main objective of Brush Condition Monitoring (BCM) is to stop forced outages caused by short brushes. The system allows plants to better plan their maintenance schedules. Plants only pull brushes when needed. This enables a safer work … Continued

Webinar: EMI Monitoring Conversation

Is emi magic? View the webinar here. Electro – Magnetic Interference (EMI) Monitoring may seem like a magic trick. However, the system simply detects conditions associated with EM emissions within the Generator, Isophase Bus, and Transformers. Subject matter experts have been extensively gathering data over the last 40 years. Through their research and testing, they … Continued

Webinar: Shaft Ground Monitoring

shaft grounding overview View the webinar here. The objective of shaft grounding is to protect the bearings, and to establish a good electrical connection. Shaft voltage, if left unchecked, can cause failures in the bearing surfaces, stator insulation, exciter insulation, and grounding, leading to catastrophic failures. There are three main grounding techniques: Carbon brushes, which … Continued

Webinar: Integrated Monitoring

introduction View the webinar here. This webinar is intended for power generation facilities looking for more information about generator monitoring systems. The below information is the combined efforts of Cutsforth™ and WSC, Inc. Cutsforth is committed to innovative technologies for the power industry, especially in developing condition – based monitoring systems. WSC, Inc assists the … Continued

Webinar: Rotor Flux Monitoring

introduction View the webinar here. Do you know whether degradation of the rotor windings within your generators are placing your operation at risk? How often do you measure the flux signals for shorts? Do you measure during transitional states, different load conditions? Watch the webinar and read on to learn why online condition monitoring of … Continued

Webinar: Brush Condition Monitoring

introduction View the webinar here In this webinar, we will explore the following questions: How can plants reduce the risk of ring fires, and unplanned outages? How can they improve manpower efficiency? How can plants monitor the condition of brushes remotely? How can they reliably measure for potential faults in exciters and collector rings without … Continued